Ranked third nationwide for snowboarding, Wisconsin is a popular snow sports destination in the Midwest. The following resorts offer enticing value propositions to adventurers looking for an incredible time skiing in Wisconsin.
Towering high above Rib Mountain city, Granite Peak Resort is one of the largest skiing areas in the Midwestern region. Sprawling over a massive 400 acres, this is the largest ski resort in Wisconsin. Granite Peak boasts of a 700-foot vertical drop and 8 lifts with a capacity of 9200 skiers per hour. The 74 runs satisfy adventurers of all skill levels, 30% of them being blue runs.
So you are thinking of a ski day-trip to the countryside. Cascade Mountain would be the best to hit. Located right next to the highway overlooking the I-90/I-94, it is only three hours' from Chicago and two from Milwaukee. The resort has been proliferating over the past few years and is highly recommended for beginners as it features 45 runs, half of which are beginner friendly. The resort also offers tubing which you must try.
Set in the picturesque Sugar Creek valley, Alpine Valley provides one of the most diverse skiing terrains in the region. Don't let its small size fool you; the resort is well designed stocked with adequate features. The ride up is fast providing for more time on the slopes. Unlike most ski resorts in the Midwest, it has everything under one roof. You get to eat, ski and sleep all in one resort. If you get to visit Alpine Valley, you definitely have to try out skiing at night in this resort.
Choosing winter vacation accommodation that suits your style and budget can be a challenging task by itself. Doing it for the whole family is another task altogether. In Wisconsin, a couple of resorts are dedicated to offering their guests family-friendly winter escapes, combining natural beauty, excellent service and age-appropriate activities.
Nestled in the stunning Baraboo Bluffs region, Devil's Head resort is famous for its focus on perfection. Everything about this resort is fantastic. From the impeccably groomed runs to the great food and royal like service. The resort has all that is required to make for an unforgettable family ski vacation. Skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels are all welcome here.
Year after year, this ski resort located in Wild Rose keeps getting better and better. The beginners' area is one of the best you can find in Wisconsin. Featuring a handle tow and two magic carpets, it is perfect for training the little ones. The staff members are accommodating. It is indeed an excellent place to build up confidence before hitting more challenging skiing resorts.
Since 1938, Wilmot Mountain has been at the forefront in ensuring skiing and other snow sports activities are fun and affordable for the whole family. The resort features 23 trails spread over 120 acres of skiable terrain. The facilities are beautiful and well maintained and the food here is cheaper than in most of the other resorts in the Midwest. Wilmot Mountain is also focused on beginners but there are also a few challenging runs. Another plus is that it's an hours drive from Downtown Chicago.
Located in the rolling hills of Neillsville, Wisconsin, this ski resort has been open for the past 70 seasons. Skiers will find 12 scenic runs serviced by a total of five lifts. Bruce Mound offers very affordable beginner to intermediate skiing in a beautiful country setting. State-of-the-art snow machines ensure that snow never runs out in the well-groomed slopes. The slopes are also well-lit for fun night adventures. Snow tubing is also available for little ones to enjoy.